Primary juvenile period Less than 4 years (at Bantry Bay after high intensity fire 12/1991, L.McD.)
Flowers Pale green--yellow, March--September, peak June.
Fruit/seed Succulent fruit (drupe), 7--8 mm long, mature ? October.
Dispersal, establishment and growth Present in area unburnt for 20 years, possible coloniser (Bradley, 1972). Usually only single plant seen (L.McD.)
Fire response Killed by high-intensity fire (at Bantry Bay 12/1991, Katandra 1/1994 L.McD.).
Altitude 0--100 m
Annual rainfall 1200--1400 mm
Typical local abundance Occasional.
Vegetation Eucalypt open-forest e.g. with Angophora costata, Eucalyptus haemastoma, Corymbia gummifera, Allocasuarina torulosa.
Substrate Sandy or gravelly soils on sandstone, sandstone--shale transition, low nutrients.
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